Baxter referenced than he will be hoping to pivots the crew more later on. Wounds and sickness and different elements have effectively pushed him to make changes given Chiefs Sunday's match against Swallows. The has been bits of hearsay with regards to players connected with an exit at Chiefs, particularly those numerous allies accept they ought to play routinely given their involvement with the Caf champions association last season.
Baxter did mention than he will be looking to rotates the squad more in the future. Injuries and illness and other factors have already pushed him to make changes given Chiefs Sunday's match against Swallows. The has been rumours about players linked with an exit at Chiefs, especially those many supporters believe they should be playing regularly given their experience in the Caf champions league last season.
After Kaizer Chiefs played well for the first time during the 2021/22 season when they beat the struggling Swallows FC 3-1 on Sunday afternoon at the Dobsonville Stadium, Junior Khanye refuses to give credit to Stuart Baxter saying that the line-up that played was actually not his line-up. Speaking on IDiskiTV after the game, the former South African under 23 International said Baxter had no choice but to play the likes of Happy Mashiane since his prefered players were not available for selection due to different reasons, he had to settle for what is available and the players he does not believe in produced good results since Amakhosi played relatively well.
Kaizer Chiefs boss has insisted that the duo of Happy Mashiane and Nkosingiphile Ngcobo are not going anywhere. The two youngsters have been struggling for game time at Chiefs this season under the leadership of Stuart Baxter. The players last had their shine last season under Gavin Hunt.
Kaizer Chiefs get TWO stars back after serving PSL suspensions (msn.com) Kaizer Chiefs welcomed returned the offerings of two of their gamers who have been suspended by the PSL. READ players may be available for Chiefs DStv Premiership come upon against Cape Town City on 4 December.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter has given fans a glimpse of the team's depth in the resounding 3-1 win over Swallows in the DStv Premiership on Sunday. It looked like another frustrating draw was on the cards, with the first-half approaching without goals, however, Keagan Dolly broke the deadlock for Amakhosi two minutes before the half-time break and Khama Billiat made it 2-0 on the stroke of half-time.
The loyal Kaizer Chiefs supporters are longer happy with the favouritism of players from their technician Stuart Baxter. They believes that the man does not see the important players that will win him significant matches. He has specific players that he wants to use in all the matches he plays even if they are out of form.
DStv Premiership Date: 28 November 2021 Fulltime: Swallows 1-3 Kaizer Chiefs Venue: Dobsonville Stadium Kearyn Baccus, Anthony Akumu, Khama Billiat Austin Dube, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, and Happy Mashiane cracked into the Chiefs first XI. Meanwhile, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, Khetukuthula Ndlovu and Thabo Matlaba, Tebogo Langerman came into the Swallows starting line-up.
Kaizer Chiefs have beaten Swallows convincingly to climb second position on the DStv Premiership log this Sunday afternoon. Khama Billiat was one of the changes made on the team that drew with Amazulu mid-week, Kearyn Baccus and Happy Mashiane were also given a first team start of the season.
L Kaizer Chiefs Football Club is in the revamping stage, attempting to assemble a crew that will be great and sufficiently able to bring back the magnificence days at Naturena. The club is right now on the longest run without a prize, seven or more long periods of no flatware at the club is to some degree something incomprehensible given they are the best club in South Africa with regards to winning prizes.
Baxter pleased with 'good problem' at Kaizer Chiefs (citizen.co.za) Stuart Baxter has a trouble that every instruct dreams – critical competition for locations in his crew. ALSO READ: Chiefs add to Swallows’ woes as they leap to 2d area Having commenced their DStv Premiership sport in opposition to Swallows on Sunday with some fringe players, as some regulars were unavailable for various reasons, Chiefs nonetheless beat the Birds three-1.
Stuart Baxter met with Kaizer Chiefs management today. Bobby has told the coach that his job is stable at the moment but he needs to deliver the best results and they also want him relaying on players like Nkosingphile Ngcobo, Njabulo Ngcobo, Happy Mashiane, Sabelo Radebe & changing goalkeepers when needed not every game.
"There is more rivalry which gives me a decent issue," said Baxter. Stuart Baxter has an issue that each mentor wants – genuine rivalry for places in his group. Having begun their DStv Premiership game against Swallows on Sunday with a couple of periphery players, as certain regulars were inaccessible for different reasons, Chiefs actually beat the Birds 3-1.
Slowly but surely it seems Stuart Baxter is changing the fortunes of Kaizer Chiefs after a very tough and rocky start to the current season where the Glamour Boys were in poor form by their high standards It was also looking like the club had not learned from the lessons of the previous seasons which was just a complete nightmare where Amakhosi finished in a very very dissapointing 8th place
Being a soccer star implies that your profession relies completely upon the mentor responsible for the group during a specific period, mentors go back and forth once in a while in groups, they dont consistently see similar quality in players and this implies a player who played routinely under mentor A probably won't play at all under mentor B since they dont consistently have the equivalent viewpoints, they need various things from a player.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter could slowly but surely start to win over fans who were criticising him for relying on the same line-up, which sometimes made them predictable. Baxter has received criticism for his defensive approach and benching creative players like Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Kearyn Baccus and Happy Mashiane but he finally opened up to the idea of a rotation policy.
Kaizer Chiefs Football Club is in the midst of a revamping process, seeking to construct a team that will be great and capable of restoring the glory days at Naturena. The club is currently without a prize for the longest length of time, seven or more years without flatware, which is quite inexplicable given that they are the finest club in South Africa in terms of winning trophies.
Chiefs made six changes in their starting line-up against Swallows & Baxter has explained his action
(Source: kickoff.com) Kaizer Chiefs has seen a high rotation of players in their starting line-up. Stuart Baxter was forced to make six changes in their 3-1 victory against Swallows FC this past weekend. The regulars Cole Alexander and Njabulo Blom missed the Soweto giants due to their suspensions.
After Baxter was criticized by Kaizer Chiefs fans for playing with over aged players, he decided to give the young players a chance to play against Swallows FC. Stuart Baxter, the coach of Kaizer Chiefs, confesses he had to rest several players versus Swallows because he was mindful of the strain on the squad with games coming thick and fast, and confesses he will have a "big challenge" selecting the lineup to face Cape Town City at home on Saturday.
Following their impressive 3-1 victory over relegation-threatened Swallows FC, Kaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter praised the efforts of his peripheral players. Chiefs moved into second position in the log standings, eight points behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns, thanks to goals from Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat.